CLEVELAND — More than 20 Browns players will be wearing custom cleats to raise awareness for charities that have personal meaning to them.
The team will be wearing them as part of the NFL's "My Cause, My Cleats" initiative.
The initiative launched in 2016 and more than 800 players have taken part.
The following Browns will be wearing custom cleats for Sunday's game against the Bengals:
- Odell Beckham Jr. for the Berea Animal Rescue Friends.
- Joel Bitonio for the American Heart Association.
- Brandin Bryant for Uplifting Athletes.
- Justin Burris for Dream the Impossible.
- T.J. Carrie for the T.J. Carrie Foundation; Heart disease.
- Demetrius Harris for the Asthma and Allergy; Foundation of America Children with food allergies.
- Dontrell Hilliard for Fuel Up to Play 60; Gun violence prevention.
- Chris Hubbard for Infertility/NAMI.
- D'Ernest Johnson for Ocean conservancy.
- Kendall Lamm for the American Cancer Society; Breast cancer.
- Jarvis Landry for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.
- Baker Mayfield for Special Olympics #StandwithRayden.
- David Njoku for the Domestic Violence & Child Advocacy Center.
- Larry Ogunjobi for Fuel Up to Play 60; Youth health and wellness.
- Damarious Randall for United Way of Greater Cleveland; Shuttering Association for the Young.
- Damion Ratley for Freedom for Animals.
- Sheldrick Redwine for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.
- Sheldon Richardson for the Boys and Girls Club.
- Joe Schobert for the Sherpa Education Fund.
- Austin Seibert for Back the Blue/Police Force.
- Tavierre Thomas for Lung cancer.
- Denzel Ward for Make Them Know Your Name Foundation; Heart health.
- Mack Wilson for autism awareness.
For more information on "My Cause, My Cleats," click here.
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